What roads have you seeing red?

VOTING is now for the NRMA's fifth annual Seeing Red on Roads survey that asks motorists to identify roads which motorists find the most frustrating.  

Last year motorists dropped the most red flags on the Pacific Hwy at Coffs Harbour, Bucketts Way at Allworth, Waterfall Way at Thora and Wingham Road at Taree.

NRMA Deputy President Wendy Machin said the North Coast bore far more than its fair share of the state's road maintenance backlog.

"An NRMA report last month week found that two northern coastal councils, Port Macquarie Hastings and Clarence Valley, have respective road repair backlogs of $225 million and $224 million," Ms Machin said.

"The North Coast is also a major tourist destination. While the Pacific Hwy gets all the attention, local tourism roads need funding too.

"Far reaching campaigns such as Seeing Red on Roads deliver results, including increased funding, by alerting political leaders to the needs of their constituents.

"I encourage all motorists to use this opportunity to make their voices heard."

To have your say visit the NRMA website

Voting ends on July 31.



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